Dr. Julian Samora was a Mexican American teacher, scholar and community activist who helped to pioneer the field of Latino Studies. Samora was the first Mexican American to ever receive a doctorate in sociology; and, by the end of his academic career, he was named Professor Emeritus at the University of Notre Dame.
Introduction, by J. Samora.--History, culture, and education, by G. I. Saanchez.--The role of the Christian church, by J. A. Wagner.--Leadership an politics, by J. R. Martinez.--The migrant worker, by W. E. Scholes.--The rig to equal opportunity, by L. B. Glick.--Community participation and the emerg middle class, by P. M. Sheldon.--Demographic characteristics, by D. N. Barrett.--Conclusion.